en déshabillé

[ ahndey-za-bee-yey ]

adverb, adjectiveFrench.
  1. in dishabille; not fully or carefully dressed.

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How to use en déshabillé in a sentence

  • If he had been one of his own insane paupers en deshabille he could not have excited more astonishment or more consternation.

    Sevenoaks | J. G. Holland
  • At nine o'clock, accordingly, the hands were turned-to, and before noon the ship was pretty thoroughly en deshabille.

    Afloat And Ashore | James Fenimore Cooper
  • I permitted one to alight on my flannel pyjamas, which I wore while en deshabille in camp.

    How I Found Livingstone | Henry M. Stanley
  • When she reads how the exemplary young woman laid down her life rather than appear en deshabille to her lover, she weeps again.

  • I was en deshabille, but quickly slipped on a long coat and ran out after him.